A dynamic, suspenseful thriller with a serious splash of humor…
Distressing visions of his revolutionary creation falling into the wrong hands compel inventor Trey Radisson to destroy his prototype before it can be replicated. But his priceless knowledge is now being sought by the Chromes—a malicious paramilitary force and the free world’s greatest threat.
When Trey resists the high-tech radicals and learns some of their secrets, his journey becomes a high-speed, roadblock-riddled chase. A brush with the extremists in Colorado leads to a mix-up that makes Trey the most wanted man in the nation.
He is joined by Sonya McCall, a gun-toting biker fleeing from her own rocky past—and the only witness of what really went down in Colorado. Now the zany duo must evade all who scour the country for them. They find hazard, hilarity, and horror at every turn as they search and pray for a way to reset their troubled lives.
Print Length: 337 Pages
Genre: Military Science Fiction, Science Fiction Adventure
About Ben Schneider The Author: Ben Schneider was born in Oklahoma. In 2003, he earned a B.A. in Graphic Design at Oklahoma University, married his fiancée, and joined the Air Force. Ben and his wife, Suzy, have been stationed in Italy, Okinawa, and Alaska. Aside from writing fiction, Ben’s other interests include drawing cartoons–primarily his Airman Artless comic strips. Chrome Mountain is his debut novel.
About The Artist: Ben Schneider was born in Oklahoma City, OK in 1977. He graduated from Newcastle High School in 1996 and earned his Associates in General Studies at Hillsdale FWB College in 1999. While at Hillsdale he created Holidabblers, only then, he called it “Holiday Heroes” until another artist bought the copyrights to that title years later. During the late 90s Ben drew his cartoons in colored pencil. In fall of 1999 he transferred to the University of Oklahoma and later had cartoons published in “The Oklahoma Daily” (as shown at the bottom of the “Holidabblers” tab). Since then Ben revolutionized his work, making it mostly computer-based by using Photoshop and Freehand.
Ben earned his Bachelors of Art in Graphic Design in May of 2003. He joined the US Air Force the following month and received his first assignment in Aviano, Italy. Ben’s experiences in the Air Force inspired him to invent Airman Artless. In July of 2005 he had his first Airman Artless cartoon published. He has been published repeatedly in the “Vigileer,” “Air Scoop,” “Kaiserslautern American,” “Samurai Gate,” and “Crimson Sky.” One sample of each can be found on the “Published Work” tab. The “Crimson Sky” sample also includes a story about Ben on page 18. Ben welcomes any ideas for future Airman Artless cartoons. Feel free to send an idea, question, comment or offer anytime to either of the following:
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